- Administrative division with available number of displaced persons
- Site assessed by DTM
- Event tracking
Included in this Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) snapshot are Gwoza, Ngala, Kala-Balge, Chibok, Damboa and Askira/ Uba. 1,119 displaced individuals were recorded in Gwoza and, respectively, 133 in Ngala, 144 in Kala/ Balge, 874 in Bama, 143 in Askira Uba, 77 in Damboa and 33 in Chibok.
On 12 April 2017 at about 9:10 pm, suspected Boko Haram insurgents attacked the military station situated behind Dalori II (250 Housing Estate Camp), less than 2 kilometers from the camp.
The DTM Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) was deployed to track and provide up-to-date information on sudden displacement and other population movements in Askira Uba, Gwoza, Ngala, Kala-Balge, Kaga, Bama, Dikwa and Chibok.
Included in this Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) snapshot are Bama, Chibok, Damboa, Dikwa, Gwoza, Kala/Balge, Ngala and Monguno. 1,397 Individuals (357 households (HH)) arrived at Camps in Bama.
A total of 1,151,427 individuals have returned to their respective homes. 78,575 (6.8%) individuals returned from Cameroon, Chad and Niger Republic. This dashboard highlights areas with high return populations.
During the reporting period DTM identified 206 camps and camp-like settings (formal and informal camps) housing 567, 795 individuals (108,399 households). Most camps were found in Borno state with 238,751 informal as well as 299,722 formal camps.
This is a compilation of all Round 15 Yobe site profiles.
As of 31 March 2017, DTM has identified 1,832,743 IDPs (326,010 households) across Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba, and Yobe states.
This is a compilation of all round 15 Taraba site profiles.
The report covers the period of 15 February to 31 March 2017 and includes six most-affected states of Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba and Yobe.
This is a compilation of all Round 15 Borno Site profiles.
This is a compilation of all site profiles in Adamawa identified in Round 15 assessments.
This is a list of all round 15 wards including state, local government area (LGA), ward and the number of households/ individuals.
This is a list of all Round 15 sites including site number, site name, state local government area (LGA), ward name with the respective number of households and individuals.
DTM emergency tracking was deployed in Nigeria to track and provide up-to-date information on sudden displacement and other population movements in Dikwa, Jere, Kala/Bagle, Ngala, Nganzai and Bama.
This snapshot includes information on numbers, displacement reasons and needs from IDPs in five local government areas (LGAs): Gwoza, Kala Balge, Bama, Ngala and Dikwa. The largest numbers of IDPs are in Kala Balge LGA: there are currently 3,070 IDPs (614 households) due to military operations.
Emergency tracking for: Bama (335 arrivals), Moguno (41 arrivals), Mobbar (1,050 arrivals), Kala/Balge (195 arrivals), Dikwa (911 arrivals).
This snapshot includes information on numbers, displacement reasons and needs from IDPs in eight local government areas (LGAs). 3,945 IDPs (734 households) were displaced due to recent attacks in Chibok. The largest numbers are in the main Chibok town (Garu, Likama and Whumtaku wards).
A snapshot of the movement of people from: Barna (246 arrivals), Dikwa (234 arrivals), Kala/Balge (320 arrivals), Mobbar, Kodunga, Gwoza (892 arrivals), Monguno (54 arrivals), Kukawa (370 arrivals), Yola South (42 arrivals) and Mub (60 arrivals).
This snapshot provides information on location, movement and needs of displacement in Pulka, Bama, Dikwa, Kala/Balge, Mobbar,Konduga and Gwoza during the covered period.
IOM's biometric registration project is currently being implemented in three states in northeastern Nigeria. In total, 340,734 individuals have been registered in Borno, 143,496 in Adamawa and 21,201 in Yobe.
As of January 25, 2017, DTM has identified 1,899,830 IDPs (337,353 households) across Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba, and Yobe states.
A collection of 5 individual Site Profiles. Site Profiles provide information about demographics, vulnerable groups, mobility, site management and services (Shelter, Health, Wash, Food, and Protection).
This dashboard is a map indicating the number of returnees per LGA. 1,099,509 returnees returned to Adamawa, Borno and Yobe States. 64,151 (5.8%) were Nigerian refugees from Chad and Cameroon. The map indicates return areas, inaccessible areas, water boundaries and state boundaries.